The Sheriff's Son

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Description: Ignatius Press of San Francisco (Pope Benedict XVI's U.S. publisher) has issued a book that transports us to those halcyon days of a conservative revolution, a Cold War that was heated only to result in the fall of the Iron Curtain, up-to-then unprecedented economic prosperity-and a scandal known as Iran-Contra. Edmund Morris recorded that he was "so private, quiet and unflamboyant that Defense secretary and long-time aide Cap Weinberger said, 'he was one of the most influential people in Washington, enormously important to Reagan's goals and success, as governor and then as president, but you'd never hear that from Bill or even know it in the way he acted.'" Simply put, Judge Clark was not interested in promoting himself but rather in serving the citizens of the United States and the Reagan presidency.
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